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Manager as Coach


Learn how to build and maintain your resilience, and uncover tools to empower others too.


2 Days 

30-31 May 2020


9 AM - 12 PM per day


Intended to be an introduction to coaching skills for managers, teachers, and professionals, Manager as Coach is an 8-hour training that delivers tools related to motivation and performance, so we can improve ourselves and best serve others.

These 2 sessions are conducted online with Dr Robert Biswas-Diener.

What you'll learn

Saturday, May 30th  

Introduction to Performance Coaching

In this session, participants will learn to define coaching and recognize its professional boundaries. We will focus especially on setting sophisticated agendas, powerful listening skills, and asking provocative questions. There will be demonstrations, discussion, and opportunities for practice. 

Sunday, May 31st

Responsible and Effective Coaching

In this session, participants will learn about the ethical foundations of coaching as well as tools for understanding and harnessing emotion as it relates to motivation. 


Who should take this course?

  • Coaches, managers, team leaders, and project leaders;

  • Counsellors, psychologists, and educationalists; and

  • Anyone else who is interested in a positive individual development

Meet your trainer


Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener, Professor of Psychology and Coach, is widely known as the “Indiana Jones of Positive Psychology” because his research on happiness has taken him to such far-flung places as Greenland, India, Kenya and Israel.


He is a positive psychologist, certified mental coach, researcher, managing director of Positive Acorn as well as modular leader at The School of Positive Psychology.


He regularly conducts workshops and keynote lectures for multi-national corporations, and his coaching practice typically has a three-month waiting list.


Internationally-renowned Positive Psychologist, Module Leader

Perks of online courses

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Upgrade yourself in the comfort of your own home


Flexibility of time

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Improve your self-discipline


Learn new skills adaptable to both home and work


FAQ for online courses

  • Who should take an online course?
    To add a new question go to app settings and press "Manage Questions" button.Learners join our online courses for a variety of reasons and come from diverse backgrounds, professions, and age groups. Our online courses are a flexible way of learning about psychology without disrupting your daily life.
  • Are there prerequisites or language requirements?
    There are no prerequisites. Our courses are open to learners of all backgrounds and age groups. However, all courses are conducted in English, hence we would suggest learners to have a basic knowledge of English.
  • How do I register?
    Registration is available on our website. Simply add the course of your choice to the cart and checkout. You will be asked for basic contact information and your credit card payment. We require full payment at the time of registration and all tuition is billed in SGD dollars. Be sure to check with your bank or credit card company, as your financial institution may charge a foreign transaction fee.
  • How do I select a course?
    Learners join our online courses for a variety of reasons and come from diverse backgrounds, professions, and age groups. Our online courses are a flexible way of learning about psychology without disrupting your daily life.
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  • I am registered. Now what?
    You will receive a confirmation email with information on when and how you can access your course 2-3 business days after registration. Do check the details. Kindly look out for the email as it might end up in the junk mailbox.
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